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Celebrate the heritage of a great music scene with this stream recording of some of Minnesota’s most notable jazz legends, hosted by Jazz88 host and award-winning vocalist Patty Peterson.  On May 29, 2021, Crooners Supper Club hosted an intimate afternoon of live music and inspiring stories. Presented by Jazz88 with support from the Minnesota Arts...
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  Luigi Romolo spoke with Patty Peterson about why the weather pattern has felt so cool this spring. https://kbem-od.streamguys1.com/kbem/20210504095554-LuigiromeloMay4.mp3 This interview occurred May 4th, 2021 during the Morning Show with Patty Peterson. More Posts for Show: The Morning Show
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When vocal and piano powerhouse Diana Krall burst on to the jazz scene in the mid-nineties, the form was getting a bit long in the teeth. Most of the legends had passed on or exceeded their peak as far as female vocalists go. In walked Diana: Great vocal and piano chops, a reverence for the...
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Minnesota’s Jazz Station, 88.5 KBEM-FM, is seeking a host/producer to take charge of three arts and culture program projects between now and June 30, 2021: 1. Research, find sources, record, write, create, and publish 50 one-minute radio history segments. 2. Manage our stream-only, local music and student-focused second channel. Includes adding new music & existing...
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Jazz88 again presents an array of special holiday programs for Christmas Eve and Christmas Day, including a rare item this year: a fresh, local live holiday concert! Thursday and Friday will start out with holiday playlists on The Morning Show with guest host Michael Jamnick. Genaro Vasquez hosts the Afternoon Cruise on Thursday.  Middays and...
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The Minnesota Legacy Amendment’s Arts and Cultural Heritage Fund allows Jazz88 to create programs and events that celebrate our state’s musical, cultural and historical resources. As a condition of receiving these funds, we are required to report on the impact our programs are having. Will you help us by sending a message about your enjoyment...
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Two-thirds of college students graduate with student loan debt, averaging almost $30,000. This can limit options, slow the path to home ownership or other financial goals, and if the loans aren’t paid on time, can raise more financial and legal trouble. Lutheran Social Service of Minnesota financial counselor Shannon Doyle offers tips on keeping that...
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Javier Matos is one of the many who work day jobs in addition to performing music. In a conversation with Phil Nusbaum, in Javier’s so-called office…his backyard…Javier reflected on his musical career and his rediscovery of the blues during this pandemic. https://kbem-od.streamguys1.com/kbem/20200821114607-JavierMatosCovidResponse.mp3 Twin Cities This Week and Twin Cities Weekend each air three times per week...
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Back-to-school is a time loaded with anticipation in normal times… so how can parents best assure their kids’ school success in a Covid-19 world? Urania Roque Vanyo from LSS Metro Youth & Family Services suggests some strategies: https://kbem-od.streamguys1.com/kbem/20200828155626-NEWSLSSUraniaParentsHelpKidsSucceed_90312_.mp3   Urania mentioned these links as resources in this chat: LSS Parenting Support Services LSS Programs In...
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The Community Education wing of Minneapolis Public Schools has a new leader. Anthony Williams is an Edison High and U of M grad with broad and deep experience in adult education, one of the major parts of the Community Ed mission. Williams tells Jazz88’s Travis Ryder about how his department is rising to meet the...
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